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Do Ryanair offer a hot food service on flights to Malta?.

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11. Re: Ryanair

Michael OLearys own words if you cannot wait three and a half hours for a meal or a drink and you buy them on an airplane then I will chare you airplane prices not bar food prices. We are not in the business of restaurants only airplanes and we sell the seats cheap so that we sell lots of them.

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I usually eat at the airport after clearing security and take a small bottle of water onto the plane with me. That usually does it. the problem with taking food on board is that it has to be squashed into your hand luggage so doesn't always emerge in the same state as it was packed...

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Apart from a sandwich being squashed I've seen food being taken from hand luggage by airport staff so you are still left to purchase on the plane or airside. Expensive drink and food I'm afraid are something we, unfortunately, have to live with whilst traveling unless you want to be thirsty and hungry. Motorways are no different but at least you can have things in your car.

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I have never once had a squashed sandwich and neither have airline staff tried to confiscate them.

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It is worth remembering that the limitation on hand luggage quantity does not apply to going through security, so when flying abroad I make sandwiches from whatever food is left in the fridge, take them through security in a separate carrier bag along with some fruit, eat most of them whilst waiting for the flight to board, then put the rest in my coat pocket to eat on the plane.

I have never yet had a problem with this, except for the odd squashed sarnie which I can cope with.

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